- Give Your Doctor A Good Word
- Airplane Seats and Proper Back Support
Give Your Doctor A Good Word
Many of you who are receiving this Ezine are patients of Advanced BioStructural Correction™ doctors. You have found that your doctor, using ABC™, is able to get rid of your body problems as NO other body treatment has been able to.
This is AMAZING and truly REMARKABLE!
Unfortunately, these tremendous accomplishments by your doctor and ABC™ are NOT very often publicized. These good works often go unnoticed by those who would most benefit – others who have problems that ABC™ can help.
You have the ability and this moment in time to POSITIVELY impact someone for the rest of their life.
How? Get active in putting the good word out about what your doctor and ABC™ have done for you.
All the advertising in the world may not impact a person as much as just a few words from you. This is the effort that is needed to improve the health in your family, your community, your city, your country, and our world - one person at a time.
If you have had the opportunity to talk to someone about ABC™ then let your doctor know. Nothing rewards your doctor for a job well done as much as when a patient has enough trust in them to tell others about their care.
I am working on a ‘Testimonials’ page on NEW-Chiropractic-Solutions.com for visitors to read. Please take a few minutes and write to me about your experience. Just a few paragraphs about your history and how you were helped with ABC™.
By responding to this email address,
you are giving permission to use your testimonial for promotional purposes.
We appreciate your help.
Airplane Seats and Proper Back Support
The holidays find many of us flying on airplanes.
Airplane seats, like care seats, are built lower in the back. This makes your lower back slump backward and your upper back and neck lean forward. What many of the airlines have done is then to create a seat back that arches backward – this appears to fit your bent spine. Sitting in this bent forward position for a while will make your back or your neck scream for attention.
There is a way to make the airplane seat better simply with things at hand.
First, you need to put something on the lower part of the seat to make it higher in back. Take one or two blankets from the overhead compartment and fold them up to sit on – being sure that you will be raised a bit higher in back. Next you need to fill in the gap that this leaves in your lower back. Simply take a thin magazine from in front of you and fold it in half lengthwise. Slip this in-between the small of your back and the seat back.
Taking these steps will correct the posture in your pelvis, lower back and upper back as well as you can in this situation. There is nothing extra to do for your neck. Making your lower spine as good as can be will also do the same for your neck.
You will be pleasantly surprised. If you sit correctly, you will reach your destination and feel relaxed and comfortable instead of feeling like you have been carrying a 50 lb. weight on your shoulders for days.
I used to think that airplane seats were the worst seats anywhere for your body. Now I think they run second to the terminal seats you sit in while waiting for your plane. Be sure not to get caught slumping in these seats before you even get to the airplane.
I always carry a
posture pad when I travel. I always use it in the terminal seats and about half the time in the airplane if the seats are bad enough to need it. Otherwise I use the blankets as explained.
Happy holidays and easy traveling,
Jerry Porter, D.C.
P.S. If you use this airplane seat tip then let me know how it worked for you. I will post the results in a future Ezine.
P.S.S. A Special Note for Practitioners: If you enjoy this ezine then imagine how much your patients will! Sign them all up to receive it. Simply email me a list of first names and email addresses and I will do the rest.